Pages outdated upon 3.0 release are incredibly numerous.In most cases, one or more of the following edits can or should happen: Here is a list of articles that need to be updated (on their real versions in mainspace) upon the release of 3.0. Articles marked with an asterisk (*) have updates available at Scratch Wiki:3.0 Articles/the article title, but: We don't want to have to make a second sweep to clean up all the weird grammar from tense changes.Looking at server configuration, the My SQL server had to restart itself 11 times during this time period.Won't be done for a long time Hello everyone, it's already January 2nd for me, so I figure I might as well get the preparations started.on one hand, people will be less self-conscious about complimenting if nobody knows it's them, but on the other hand some compliments either don't make sense if you don't know who it is or imply on their own who the person complimenting is.
This is a great idea, because new users can get to know new people and, of course, feel welcomed.
To counteract this, I don't propose forbidding welcomes entirely; what I instead think should be the case is that we have a limit on how many welcome messages can be on a talk page - probably around 4-5 at the most.
That does mean it turns into a race as to who can get their message on first, but that can't be helped - if you want to get your message in, ya gotta be active at the right time. Maybe we could say if there are more than eight messages already, really don't put one, but if there are 4-5 try not to put your template, but a personal message is okay. While it may be a little intimidating, I look at it more as a great way to integrate yourself with the community immediately and meeting many of the people who you will be working with side-by-side.
I pressed the browser "back" button (thanks Chrome for caching form data), and clicked "save page" again, and I encountered "503 Service Unavailable".
I went back again, resubmitted, and the edit went through.